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cover: Otis (2008)

Otis (2008)

Director(s): Tony Krantz

Theatrical Release: 2008

Cast: Illeana Douglas, Daniel Stern, Bostin Christopher, Ashley Johnson, Kevin Pollak, Jere Burns

Genre(s): Horror, Comedy

Countries: USA


Location in store: Horror

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(2 / 2)
Ant Rating
8.0
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Running Time: 100m.

Daniel Stern, Ileana Douglas, Kevin Pollak, and Jere Burns headline director Tony Krantz's black comedy detailing the meltdown of the typical nuclear family as they attempt to rescue their little princess from a notorious serial killer. Otis Broth (Bostin Christopher) needs a date for the prom, and Riley Lawson (Ashley Johnson) is just the type of girl he's been searching for. Unfortunately for Riley, Otis has a rather sinister method of charming the fairer sex - it's got something to do with power tools and other assorted sharp objects. When the authorities fail to deliver in their promise to bring Riley home unharmed and the young girl miraculously manages to break free of Otis' dungeon-like cellar, the Lawson's decide that the family that slays together stays together and sets out to seek vengeance against the hulking serial killer on their own terms. (allmovie.com)

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Uncut DVD Special Features:

! Audio Commentary by director Tony Krantz and writer Erik Jendresen

! Festive Alternate Ending (The Birthday Party)

! The Twisted World of Otis featurette

! Additional Scene Suite 16

! Raw Feed trailers

Member Reviews


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Worth a look by C20005635 - November 4, 2008
This movie offers a new twist on a serial killer. Just when you feel it can't get any worse, it does. The comic moments assist us in dealing with the horrors around us. I was surprised at how well Ashley Johnson played her role. Solid performances aid this quirky film.
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